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While details are stilled being worked out, Gates said the college plans to place resident assistants on each floor and an area coordinator will live in the residence director apartment, adjacent to a common recreation center.

It is likely that the housing authority will have a role in the physical building maintenance.

The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. Barrett led the way for the founding of the gallery, with the support of fellow faculty, and provided visual art engagement opportunities for the college community.

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Only later, the father said, did the family learn Taylor "was a fraud, a fake and a phony."The father said his family, which lost a few hundred dollars, was duped by "a very, very charismatic man.""It's easy to fall under his spell," the father said. Rebold said Taylor from 2009 to 2016 boasted he was a millionaire businessman with oil and land interests in North Dakota to victims on online matchmaking and networking websites such as Match.com, e Harmony, Craigslist and Seeking Arrangement.

Sometimes, Taylor expressed interest in hiring the victims to work on a new business venture while others got a pitch for a romantic or personal relationship, the prosecutor said.

The project is a public-private partnership between the college, the Utica Municipal Housing Authority, and Albany-based BBL Construction Services.

For the past two years, UC has rented space at the nearby Ramada Inn for students, providing busing to and from campus.

The college has renovated and leased half of the hotel, in an area that is secure from the public and other hotel guests, Gates said.

“It has been our goal to bring those students back to campus,” Gates said.

Jeffery Gates, senior vice president of Student Life and Enrollment Management.

The three-story buildings will be located next to the tennis courts, near the Todd and Jennifer Hutton Sports and Recreation Center.

Later, Taylor would sometimes steal the identities of victims to make purchases, transfer funds, open new accounts or use their credit cards, he said.

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